The 17 hour flight, the longest in India, has linked San-Francisco with Bangalore, crossing the North Pole and has saved 10 tons of
fuel. The Minister of Aviation has highlighted the rise of women in the sector. Women not only want to conquer the earth, but also
the heavens. And at Air India they are betting on incorporating more and more young pilots and giving them much more visibility to
those who already are. For this reason, for a historic trip, the longest non-stop that a company makes in this country , they have
decided that it would be an exclusively female cabin and that four women would achieve this milestone.
Flight AI176 departed last Saturday from San Francisco, in the United States, at 8.30 pm (local time) and landed at Kempegowda
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International Airport, in Bangalore, at 3.45 am (local time). In total, there have been 16,000 kilometers, 17 hours of non-stop
flight and crossing the North Pole, which has saved up to 10 tons of fuel . We make history not only flying over the North Pole but
also being the entire team female pilots who achieved this success . We are extremely happy and proud to be part of this mission.
This route has saved 10 tons of fuel,” he assured national television. ANI Zoya Aggarwal, one of the captains leading the plane. In
the cockpit, Aggarwal was accompanied by Captains Papagari Thanmai, Akansha Sonaware and Shivani. Indian Civil Aviation Minister
Hardeep Singh Puri was very proud and said on social media that “Air India’s female power flies high around the world, achieving a
historic first . This inaugural flight San Francisco-Bengaluru of Air India has been the first one that unites the two technological
cities but it will not be the last since the company will operate two a week, on Saturdays and Tuesdays.
Air India will use the latest generation Boeing 777–200LR long-range aircraft with 238 seats for these weekly trips, comprising 8
seats in first class, 35 in business class and 195 in economy class. It is not the first time that it has happened, MagasIN has
already witnessed the flight tribute to the working woman for 8-M that Iberia carried out with an exclusively female crew, from the
pilot to the ground staff at the Barajas airport.